Posted on October 2, 2018
The sign on the umbrella coupled with this young black man with his head on his hands seems to send a contemporary message.
Posted on August 24, 2018
Posted on April 7, 2018
We’ve been on the west coast for quite a while now and it’s time to go back to Boston. It snowed there yesterday.
No matter. Albert Einstein said, “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
I believe it.
Posted on March 26, 2018
Posted on November 7, 2017
We live fairly near the Massachusetts State House. It’s a lovely historic building with a golden dome. Yes GOLD! (shillings, notes, duckets, loot, bones, coin, folding stuff, honk, lolly, lucre, moolah)
The current Washington political climate seems almost totally fixated on moving money around mostly to benefit big corporations and very wealthy people. Forget better health care, foul the environment, make it easy to buy automatic weapons, pardon the guilty and encourage racism but, for goodness sake move that gold around to benefit your friends.
I so damn tired of this heartless approach to everything!
Posted on August 24, 2017
Believe it or not, my wife Sarah and I have driven across America a total of 20 times. The trip, no matter route we choose, is always fascinating. Every night brings a new feeling with it. Different landscape, different accents, different cultures. This country is vast, strikingly beautiful and very diverse.
Our leaders in Washington are probably at least vaguely familiar with the above. Maybe if they listen carefully they could also hear the cries of pain and bind up people’s wounds instead of inflicting more hurt.
Posted on July 27, 2017
I now own an iPhone 7+. It sports a 12 megapixel camera, has optical image stabilization, a ƒ/1.8 aperture and can shoot good looking videos very easily. In short, the damn thing is is a powerhouse!
An interesting writer, Craig Mod, just wrote a terrific article about the changing nature of cameras and the evolution of photography. See It Here
His point is that our phones now capture much more digital data than just the light falling on their sensors. He puts it this way:
“Once you start thinking of a photograph in those holistic terms, the data quality of stand-alone cameras, no matter how vast their bounty of pixels, seems strangely impoverished. They no longer capture the whole picture.”
Frankly I’m not sure how this digital evolution will all play out, but I do know that the thing I always have in my pocket is well on its way to transforming the photographic industry.
And probably me